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Turmanto

Deloitte Indonesia

The Plaza Office Tower 32nd Floor

Jl. M.H. Thamrin Kav. 28-30

Jakarta 10350

Indonesia

Tel: +62-21 2992 3100 ext. 33891

Fax: +62-21 2992 8303

Email: tturmanto@deloitte.com

Website: www.deloitte.com/id

Turmanto, Deloitte Indonesia, is a partner with extensive experience in serving a broad range of multinational clients in various industries including energy, pharmaceuticals, manufacturing and services. He has worked for more than 24 years in the taxation and customs consulting world with several other Big 4 consulting firms.

Turmanto is the national VAT and customs services leader of Deloitte Indonesia. Aside from leading these tax services, Turmanto performs substantial work in tax and customs advisory, corporate tax compliance, tax due diligence reviews, tax diagnostic reviews and various other tax and customs review to identify tax and customs exposures. Turmanto provides clients with optimum solutions and alternatives as part of reviews of their potential tax and customs exposure.

Turmanto has extensive experience in M&A projects in Indonesia and in representing clients in various corporate income tax, VAT and customs dispute resolution cases before the Indonesian Tax Court.

Turmanto is a graduate in fiscal administration from the University of Indonesia. His professional affiliations include Indonesian Tax Court – Licensed Proxy, and he completed the Tax Consulting Exam – Brevet C Level.

He has been to the Deloitte International Corporate Tax School and workshop, and he is also a Certified Customs Expert.

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